Lee sets Olympic archery mark; American wins
BEIJING (AP) Lee Chang-hwan of South Korea set an Olympic record in his second-round archery win Wednesday, scoring 117 of a possible 120 points.
Lee defeated Yusuf Goktug Ergin of Turkey 117-109 to advance to the third round, which takes place Friday. American Vic Wunderle also moved on to the third round, beating Italy's Ilario Di Buo' in a shoot-off after a 108-108 tie. Wunderle will face South Korea's Im Dong-hyun, one of the tournament favorites.
Im beat American Butch Johnson in the second round, 115-106. American Brady Ellison faced two straight Canadians. He beat John David Burnes 111-89, then lost in the second round to Jay Lyon 113-107.
Juan Rene Serrano of Mexico, the No. 1 seed after the ranking round, beat Joseph Walter Muaausa of Samoa and Daniel Morillo of Spain.